Omar Villafranca, NBC 5 News
Garland is conducting ground spraying for mosquitoes after the city reported its 39th human case of West Nile virus.
The city of Garland reported its 39th human case of West Nile virus on Wednesday.
A release from the city said the person lives in the 2700 block of Big Oaks Drive.
Crews conducted ground spraying overnight Wednesday to kill infected mosquitoes.
Temperatures have not cooled down enough to kill mosquitoes, so Garland officials are reminding residents to continue wearing DEET products.